would not have much capital to invest in their product. the airlines make this argument that now that the industry has consolidated and has become healthier, they now can in turn buy new planes, invest in new seats, and invest in new products. it's trureks the airlines really are buying some -- the it's true. the airlines are really buying some nice, flew planes. the argument there is you may have some more guaranteed service to smaller cities, etc., but these might be on older planes or, you know, some older seats. so in the airline, the argument here is, a healthier industry is a better industry for flyers, because there's long-term stability, and as we get healthier and earn more money, we can, you know, we can serve more routes. the truth is the airlines industry for a long time obviously was not profitable. it went through many bankruptcies, as we spoke about. however, now, the industry has really turned a corner. delta airlines is making a lot of money.